The sad state of affairs during the days of Noah is summed up in Gen. 6:5-7. Basically, the world's thinking was rotten. In this lesson, we take a close look at this text and then make some applications to our thinking today.
In the days leading up to the flood, the world was in sinful disarray. One of the problems, according to Gen. 6:4, is the "giants" became the heroes. In every generation we must continue to learn from their mistakes and seek out righteous mentors while always placing Jesus a our number one.
In the days preceding the flood, marriage fell into a state of disrepair (Gen. 6:1-2). This lesson tracks the reasons for this and offers some solutions for our marriages today.
The book of Genesis is the book of beginnings. Many are surprised, however, to learn that grace is first found in Genesis. In this lesson we discover how in the story of Noah we find grace, faith and obedience - God's eternal formula for salvation.
As Christians we abide in the constant presence of God- how should that reality change us? Jacob’s own encounter with God in Genesis 28 gives us 4 things to consider.
If you are married or plan to get married you need to pay attention to the marriage of Abraham and Sarah. Not only can we learn about the ups and downs that every married couple will experience, we also learn about the trials and triumphs of faith.
It's amazing how much we can learn about ourselves from the first few chapters of the Bible! It is also interesting how some of those same lessons apply to marriage, one of the major themes of Genesis. Today, we would be wise to learn the same lessons that Adam and Eve learned about marriage and apply them to our marriages today!